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  • Aggie Horticulture
    Sites 2012 International Spinach Conference AgriLife Organic Newly Updated Fruit and Nut Fact Sheets The Southern Garden Tomato 101 Water Education in Texas Useful Links AgNet Outlook Web Access First Call AgriLife Tech Support Home About Awards Recognitions Periodic Evaluations Statistics Privacy Security Contact Agents Only Search Extension Hort People Food Technology Processing County Regional Gardening Texas Superstar Aggie Horticulture on Aggie Horticulture on Aggie Horticulture Horticulture Forest Science Building

    Original URL path: http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/ (2012-11-14)
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  • Fruit & Nut Resources
    Wine Vineyards Walnut Fruit and Nut Production Texas Fruit Growers Blog Commercial Pecan Orchards In Texas Fact Sheets Banana Citrus Table 1 Characteristics of common Texas citrus varieties Table 2 Diagnosis of common citrus problems Evaluating Pecan Problems Grape Arbors New Interest In an Old Tradition Jujube Mango Mayhaw Muscadine Papaya Pecans as a Health Food Texas Wine Vineyards Walnut How to Grow the Peanut and 105 Ways of Preparing

    Original URL path: http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/fruit-nut/ (2012-11-14)
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  • Vegetable Resources
    Produce Introduction Marketing Alternatives Market Characteristics Organic Certification Planning Procedures Information Sources Acknowledgements Horticultural Crop Variety Trials Statewide Watermelon Trials Overall Results College Station Texas Comanche Texas Wintergarden Area of Texas Overton Texas Lubbock Texas Weslaco Texas Quality Ratings Trial Cooperators Participating Seed Companies Generalized Protocol Cultural Practices Specific to Location Variety Pictures Composts in Vegetable Fruit Production Organic Vegetable Production Guide Introduction Key Factors in Vegetable Production Organic Certification Organic Certification Requirements Organic Crop Production Requirements Managing Pests Summary Useful Sources of Information Appendix of Useful Tables Literature Cited Texas Vegetable Growers Handbook Chapter I Introduction Chapter II Marketing Chapter III Soils and Fertilizers Chapter IV Cultural Practices Chapter V Irrigation Chapter VI Insect Management Chapter VII Disease Management Chapter VIII Weed Management Chapter IX Chemical Application and Safety Chapter X Harvesting and Handling Appendix Tables Commercial Vegetable Growers Handbook How to Grow the Tomato and 115 Ways to Prepare it for the Table How the Farmer Can Save His Sweet Potatoes and Ways of Preparing Them for the Table Cucurbit Problem Solver Cucurbit Fruit Disorders Angular Leaf Spot Bacterial Rind Necrosis Belly Rot Blossom End Rot Charcoal Rot Choanephora Rot Cold Damage Cucumber Mosaic Fusarium Root and Stem Rot Fusarium Rot Gray Mold Gummy Stem Blight Light Belly Color Measles Phytophthora Rot Poor Pollination Pythium Rot Scab Soft Rot Southern Blight Squash Leaf Curl Watermelon Mosaic Zucchini Yellow Mosaic Cucurbit Leaf Disorders 2 4 D Pesticide Injury Air Pollution Injury Alternaria Leaf Blight Angular Leaf Spot Anthracnose Atrazine Pesticide Injury Bacterial Wilt Beet Pseudo Yellows Calcium Deficiency Cercospora Leaf Spot Chilling Frost Injury Cucumber Green Mottle Mosaic Cucumber Mosaic Dodder Downy Mildew Excess Soil Moisture Fusarium Wilt Gummy Stem Blight Iron Deficiency Manganese Deficiency Molybdenum Deficiency Nitrogen Deficiency Phytophthora Root Rot Potassium Deficiency Powdery Mildew Root Knot Salt Injury Scab Squash Leaf Curl Squash Mosaic Sulfur Injury Target Leaf Spot Verticillium Wilt Watermelon Mosaic Wind and Sand Injury Zucchini Yellow Mosaic Cucurbit Insects Beet Armyworm Cabbage Looper Corn Earworm Cucumber Beetle Earwig Flea Beetle Garden Webworm Grasshopper Lacewing Ladybird Beetles Leafcutting Ant Leaffooted Bug Mealybugs Melon Aphid Melon Worm Onion and Western Flower Thrips Pickle Worm Pillbugs Serpentine Leafminer Southern Mole Cricket Spider Mite Squash Bug Squash Vine Borer Whitefly Cucurbit Root Stem and Seedling Disorders Charcoal Rot Damping Off Fusarium Root and Stem Rot Fusarium Wilt Gummy Stem Blight Root Knot Sclerotinia Stem Rot Sting Nematode Verticillium Wilt Tomato Problem Solver Common Insect Pests of Tomatoes Beet Armyworm Cutworm Leaf Miner Pinworm Damage Tomato Fruitworm Disorders of Green Tomato Fruits Alternaria Canker Bacterial Canker Bacterial Speck Bacterial Spot Blossom End Rot Buckeye Rot Late Blight Radial Cracking Spotted Wilt Sun Scald Tomato Mosaic Disorders of Ripe Tomato Fruits Alternaria Canker Anthracnose Black Mold Blossom End Rot Cloudy Spot Cottony Leak Early Blight Sour Rot Spotted Wilt Disorders of Tomato Leaves Alternaria Canker Bacterial Canker Bacterial Speck Bacterial Spot Cucumber Mosaic Virus Early Blight Gray Leaf Spot Late Blight Leaf Mold Phosphorus Deficiency Powdery Mildew Salt Damage Septoria

    Original URL path: http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/vegetable/ (2012-11-14)
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  • Earth-Kind® Landscaping
    while conserving and protecting natural resources and the environment Educational Events Dec 10 14 Earth Kind Landscape Short Course College Station Dec 5 6 Earth kind Landscape Workshop Tyler Earth Kind Home Take the Earth Kind Challenge Planning the Home Landscape Earth Kind Edition Base Plan Needs Site Diagram Materials Plants Landscape Construction Accessories Earth Kind Plant Selector About Invasiveness Making Plant Selections Search the Earth Kind Plant Selector Earth Kind Publications Landscape Publications Air Layering For Difficult To Root Plants Plant Propagation Approach Grafting Collecting and Storing Graftwood Green Wood Grafting T or Shield Budding Texas Inlay Bark Graft The Four Flap Graft TISSUE CULTURE OF WOODY PLANTS Whip Grafting Poisonous Plants Resources Common Poisonous Plants and Plant Parts Don t Bag It Compost It Introduction Don t Bag It Chapter 1 The Decomposition Process Chapter 2 Composting Fundamentals Chapter 3 Composting Structures Chapter 4 Building and Maintaining a Compost Pile Chapter 5 Utilization of Compost and Other Landscape Refuse Chapter 6 Composting Questions and Answers Chapter 7 You Can Start a Home Composting Education Program Don t Bag It Glossary Don t Bag It Leaf Management Plan Fertilizing Woody Ornamentals Follow Proper Pruning Techniques Old Roses Planting a Tree Protecting Existing Landscape Trees from Construction Damage Due to Grade Changes Seasonal Color Care and Management Timely Tips on Starting Seedlings at Home Water Gardening in Texas Introduction to Water Gardens Design Consideration for Water Gardens Site Selection for Water Gardens Contruction Methods for Water Gardens Plant Life for Water Gardens Wildlife for Water Gardens Maintenance of Water Gardens References and Acknowledgments Water Gardening Bibliography Water Gardening Master Gardener On Line Training Additional Earth Kind Resources Earth Kind Logos Earth Kind Drought Preparedness Drought Management for Commercial Horticulture Crop Selection Consider Water Needs Before Planting Drought Management for Horticultural

    Original URL path: http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/earthkind/ (2012-11-14)
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  • Small Acreage Horticultural Crops
    Vegetables Bell Peppers Crop Guide Broccoli Crops Guide Cucumber Crop Guide Cantaloupe Honeydew Crop Guide Dry Beans Crop Guide Green Onions Crop Guide Hot Peppers Jalapeno Serrano Habanero Cayenne Crop Guide Leafy Greens Crop Guide Onions Crop Guide Pumpkins Crop Guide Southern Peas Creams Crowders Blackeyes Purplehulls Crop Guide Squash Crop Guide Sweet Corn Crop Guide Tomatoes Field Grown Caged Trellised or Staked Crops Guide Watermelon Crops Guide Fruits and Nuts Apples Crop Guide Blackberries Crop Guide Blueberries Crop Guide Citrus Crop Guide Figs Crop Guide Peaches Crop Guide Pears Crop Guide Improved Pecans Crop Guide Native Pecans Crop Guide Plums Crop Guide Strawberries Crop Guide Vinifera Wine Grapes Crop Guide Greenhouse and Nursery Crops Bedding Plants Crop Guide Container Nursery Production Crop Guide Flowering Plants Crop Guide Foliage Plants Crop Guide Greenhouse Vegetables Cucumber Tomato Lettuce Crop Guide Recorded Presentations Small Business Planning General Marketing Presentation Pecan Crop Production Presentation Perennial Fruit Crops Peaches Presentation Watermelon Crop Production Presentation Wine Grape Production Presentation Citrus Production Presentation Greenhouse Vegetable Crop Production Presentation Vegetable Crops Production Presentation Strawberry Crop Production Seminars Soil Fertility and Mineral Nutrition Micronutrients September 25 2012 Soil Fertility and Mineral Nutrition Potassium September 18 2012 Soil Fertility

    Original URL path: http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/smallacreage/ (2012-11-14)
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  • Ornamental Production
    Poinsettia Cultivars Poinsettia Production Schedule Poinsettia Height Control Poinsettia Plant Height References Selecting a Poinsettia Growing Medium Poinsettia Water Quality Poinsettia Irrigation Poinsettia Nutrition Poinsettia Nutrition Tables Poinsettia Insect Mite Management Poinsettia Insect Mite Management Tables Poinsettia Diseases Control Common Diseases of Poinsettias Common Poinsettia Disorders Conversion Tables for Poinsettia Producers Guide Additional References for Poinsettia Producers A Reference Guide to Plant Care Handling and Merchandising Sales Customer Service In Store Plant Care Merchandising 10 Ways to Achieve Shrink Control Plant Selection Consumer Needs Light Temperature and Humidity Water and Water Quality Media Repotting Containers Fertilizing Foliage Flowering Plants Propagating Foliage Flowering Plants Pests of Foliage Flowering Plants Selected Foliage Flowering Plants Flowering Plants Foliage Plants Economic Fact Sheets Positioning for the Future of the Nursery Industry Floral Merchandising Characteristics of Supermarket Floral Buyers Capturing The Impulse Sale Top Ten Tips for Boosting Floral Impulse Purchases Getting Into Supermarket Services Basics of Clean Displays Salesmanship Why Customers Quit Coming Knowing Your Job Caring Is Your Business Meeting the Customer Salespersons Are Communications Experts Selling A Process of Show and Tell Telling the Customer About the Product Sales Resistance Closing the Sale Suggestive Selling Knowing Your Customer Who Is The Customer Checkpoints for Super Sales Techniques Managing Equipment and Supply Inventory Finding That Last Red Cent Trends of the Nursery Industry in Texas and the United States Turning Goals into Actions Handling the Different Types of Difficult People Managing Plant Material Inventory Plan For Improved Marketing Plan For Improved Marketing Tables Product Mix Determining My Winners and Losers Safety Publications Safety First Training Program Acknowledgments Preface Chapter 1 Creating Your Own Safety Program Chapter 2 Developing Implementing Safety Policies Work Rules Chapter 3 Employee Selection Placement Chapter 4 Employee Orientation Training Chapter 5 Hazard Abatement Chapter 6 Commitment to Injured Workers

    Original URL path: http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/ornamental/ (2012-11-14)
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  • Search | Aggie Horticulture
    Horticulture Network Loading Home About Awards Recognitions Periodic Evaluations Statistics Privacy Security Contact Agents Only Search Extension Hort People Food Technology Processing County Regional Gardening Texas Superstar Aggie Horticulture on Aggie Horticulture on Aggie Horticulture Horticulture Forest Science Building 2134 TAMU College Station TX 77843 Map Phone 979 845 5341 Fax 979 845 0627 Web Site Maintenance Web Administrator Texas A M University System Contact Compact with Texans Privacy Statement

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  • International Spinach Conference 2012 | Aggie Horticulture
    on 29 November in downtown San Antonio with lunch featuring Texas grown spinach On Friday 30 November we will tour the rich spinach growing area of the Texas Winter Garden along with numerous research plots and trials The tour will conclude with a good ole South Texas pachanga For more information about the conference please contact Maribel Alonzo malonzo ag tamu ed u or 830 278 9151 2012 International Spinach

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